1. Which is the best quality protein powder?
Whey is first class protein which has all essential amino acids. This complete protein helps to meet your daily protein requirement and also helps to increase muscle mass in your body. Whey protein is concentrated and immediately available for muscle absorption.
2. What is difference between Whey Protein and milk protein?
Milk protein has higher fat, cholesterol and lactose content as compared to Whey protein.
3. Does Whey Protein have side effects?
Usually whey protein are well-tolerated only in special cases you will experience bloating, headache, nausea. These symptoms can be overcome by spacing your protein meals throughout the day.
4. What are benefits of whey protein?
Whey protein adds first class protein to the diet. It contains branched chain amino acids as well. It helps in repair and re-build of tissues. It is usually low in fat, cholesterol and carbohydrates. So it becomes a good choice of supplement who wants to boost their protein intake.
5. What is difference between whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate?
Whey protein concentrate is the most basic form of protein available. It is commercially cheaper than whey protein isolate. Whey protein isolate has more per cent of protein and has better absorption rate. Whey concentrate contains 80% protein and rest of which is water, carbs and fats.
Whey protein isolate is sugar free, lactose free and almost fat free.
6. Can a lactose intolerant person consume whey protein?
Whey isolate proteins are usually lactose free. It is seen that it is well tolerated by lactose intolerant people without showing any side effects.
It is always advisable to test the product before use. Also take advice from a Health Practitioner or a Nutritionist before consuming.
7. Why does all protein contain soy Lecithin?
A very small dose of soy lecithin is added in whey proteins to make sure
that it dissolves quickly with fluids.
8. When is the best time to take protein supplement?
It is usually recommended to take protein shot post exercise. But this can vary as per the rest of the protein intake in diet. So your muscles do need protein constantly. So it becomes important that all meals are high in protein to make sure there is no muscle wastage.
9. Which protein should I use?
If you are taking protein just to meet your daily protein requirement then you can definitely add a protein concentrate. If you have started exercising and want to increase your protein intake and gain some healthy muscles then you should opt for Whey protein isolate.
If your requirements are very high and you need a fastest absorbing protein then you must go for Whey Protein hydrolysed. If you are allergic to milk then you can choose vegan protein or plant based protein.
10. Does protein intake lead to kidney damage?
It a age old myth going on since decades and decades. Proteins are usually linked with kidney disorders because the by-product waste of protein is flushed by kidney. But your protein intake should be as per your activity levels and the type of exercise you are doing. If you are not breaking your muscles during exercise then your body do not require a very high protein diet.
When you are on high protein diet, it is very important to make sure that you are well hydrated.
11. Whey Protein can be taken in which form?
Protein can be taken in form of shakes in water or milk. It can also be added to your smoothies and puddings. You can also bake cake, cookies with it.
Heating will not destroy the protein content from the supplement.
12. Does Whey protein help in Weightloss?
Proteins are macro nutrient which take time for its digestion. When we have a high protein diet our body burns calories to digest that protein for a longer period of time. When you add protein to your meals you are able to cut down on carbs which again helps you to lose weight. High protein diet also helps in increasing muscle mass in the body which helps in boosting body metabolism. People will higher metabolism burn more calories.
13. Do you have Weight Management Protein?
ANS Diablo is the exclusive product we have for weight management. It has green coffee bean extract, MCT oil, Inulin, L-Carnitine L Tartarate which fastens the process of weight loss by boosting metabolism.
14. What is absorption rate of protein?
Research says an individual absorbs approximately 8-10g protein per hour. This varies from individual to individual.
15. Why enzymes are added to whey protein?
Enzymes are added to enhance the process of digestion of whey protein. It prevent from bloating, stomach cramps and nausea.
16. How can I return/cancel my order?
Please drop mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will assist you on your cancellation and return/refund. If cancellation is on other website like Amazon, Flipkart then you will have to connect with their customer care process for cancellations.